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Africa is the world’s second largest and the second most populated continent and is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north,
both the Suez Canal and the Red Sea along the Sinai Peninsula to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. This is a continent that makes the heart race. No where else on earth will you find the diversity of topography, people, wildlife and culture.


South Africa is frequently and aptly described as a “world in one country” or the “Rainbow Nation”. It is a land of enormous diversity worthy of exploration and discovery.
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Botswana is a vast land of contrasts and is landlocked between South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia. This is a top class safari destination and a true wilderness area, untrammelled and essentially unchanged since time immemorial.
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To explore Zambia is to step back into Africa as it was meant to be. Often described as the ‘real’ Africa, Zambia has been relatively untouched by humans and is famed for its huge protected wilderness areas, its natural landscapes and, arguably, the most diverse range of animals and birds in Africa.
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Namibia is a land of extraordinary and unique landscapes - it is rugged yet fragile, barren yet beautiful, harsh but compelling, with clear and unpolluted skies. Namibia is astoundingly different from typical ‘bush’ Africa, but without doubt it is a gem waiting to be discovered.
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Malawi is a country of striking scenery and great beauty with rolling plateaus, towering mountains, rugged escarpments, valleys and thick forests combining with beautiful lakes with wonderful sandy beaches.
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Morocco, situated in North Africa, has enormous geographical diversity and a wealth of natural and man-made assets and is a stunning country with a rich culture and history offering the visitor an amazing experience.
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Kenya is the birthplace of the Safari and is how we all probably imagine Africa - rolling plains dotted with spreading acacia trees stretching into the shimmering distance and merging with the cobalt sky at the edge of the horizon.
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Tanzania is wild Africa with wilderness which has remained unchanged for aeons and a safari here is enriching and game viewing is regarded as some of the best, and least contrived, in Africa.
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Uganda and Rwanda are no ordinary safari destinations. Ecologically, Uganda and Rwanda are where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. With their unique blend of savannah and forest creatures and their rare wealth of mountain and lake habitats they are simply dazzling.
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